Ancient History and Classics Major (31 hours)

Students are invited to construct a major program with emphasis upon Greek, Latin, and selected courses in Greek or Roman history in consultation with the major advisor. The program will consist of at least 4 courses (12 credit hours) in Latin and/or Greek at the 2000 level and above, and 4 courses (12 credit hours) in ancient history at the 2000 level and above. The remaining 1 course (3 credit hours) is chosen in consultation with the major advisor from Classics courses numbered 2000 or higher, or appropriate courses in Classics, Greek, Latin, History (Ancient History), History of Art (Greek, Roman, or Byzantine), or Philosophy (Ancient Philosophy).

Prerequisites in Greek and Latin:  Students may choose between the Greek Language Sequence or the Greek Intensive Workshop and the Regular Latin Sequence, the Accelerated Latin Sequence, or the Latin Intensive Workshop.

Greek Language Sequence: 3 courses (13 credit hours)
Greek 1101    Elementary Greek I (5)
Greek 1102    Intermediate Greek I (5)
Greek 1103    Intermediate Greek II (3)

Greek Intensive Workshop: 2 courses taken concurrently (12 credit hours)
Greek 5890: Intensive Greek Workshop I (6 cr)
Greek 5891: Intensive Greek Workshop II (6 cr)

Regular Latin Sequence: 3 courses (13 credit hours):
Latin 1101.01    Elementary Latin I (5 cr)
Latin 1102.01    Intermediate Latin I (5 cr)
Latin 1103         Intermediate Latin II (3 cr)

Accelerated Latin Sequence: 2 courses (10 credit hours):
Latin 1101.55  Elementary Latin I: Accelerated (5 cr)
Latin 1102.55  Elementary Latin II: Accelerated (5 cr)

Latin Intensive Workshop: 2 courses taken concurrently (12 credit hours):
Latin 5890 Intensive Latin Workshop I (6 cr)
Latin 5891 Intensive Latin Workshop II (6 cr)

Required Courses in Greek and/or Latin (12 credit hours):  At least 4 courses (12 credit hours) in Greek and/or Latin at the 2000 level and above from the following courses.  New as of 12/9/15: The major requires 4 hours of Classics 4999 or 4999H, to be taken one year prior to graduation.

Required Course (4 hours): Classics 4999 Thesis Research or Classics 4999H  Honors Thesis Research

Greek 2101    Attic Prose
Greek 2102    Homer
Greek 2103    The Greek Historians
Greek 2104    Sophocles
Greek 2110    The Greek New Testament
Greek 4998    Undergraduate Research (1-9)
Greek 4998H Honors Undergraduate Research (1-9)
Greek 5011    Greek Epic
Greek 5012    Greek Hymn, Lyric, and Elegy
Greek 5013    Greek Historians
Greek 5014    Greek Drama
Greek 5015    Attic Oratory
Greek 5016    Readings in Greek Philosophy
Greek 5017    Later Greek Prose
Greek 5030   Special Topics in Greek Literature
Greek 5797    Study at a Foreign Institution (1-9)

Latin 2101  Cicero
Latin 2102  Vergil
Latin 2103  Roman Historians
Latin 2104  Ovid
Latin 2105  Latin Lyric
Latin 2106  Roman Comedy
Latin 4998H Honors Undergraduate Research (1-9)
Latin 49998 Undergraduate Research (3-9)
Latin 5011  Readings in Latin Epic
Latin 5012  Readings in Roman Lyric and Erotic Poetry
Latin 5013  Readings in Roman Historians
Latin 5014  Readings in Roman Comedy
Latin 5015  Readings in Roman Oratory and Rhetorical Theory
Latin 5016  Readings in Roman Philosophy
Latin 5017  Readings in Roman Satire and Novel
Latin 5018  Readings in Post Classical Latin
Latin 5030  Special Topics in Latin Literature
Latin 5797  Study at a Foreign Institution (1-9)

Required Courses in History (12 credit hours):  At least 4 courses (12 credit hours) in History (Ancient History) at or above the 2000 level from the following courses:

History 2201      Ancient Greece and Rome (also Honors and Embedded Honors)
History 2202      Introduction to Medieval History
History 2205      Themes in the History of Western Civilization, Prehistory to 1600
History 2210      Classical Archaeology
History 2211      The Ancient Near East
History 2212      War in the Ancient Mediterranean World
History 2213      The Ancient Mediterranean City
History 2214      Everyday Life in Greece and Rome
History 3210      Archaic Greece
History 3211      Classical Greece
History 3212      Hellenistic Greece
History 3215      Sex and Gender in the Ancient World
History 3220      The Rise of the Roman Republic
History 3221      Rome from the Gracchi to Nero
History 3223      The Later Roman Empire
History 3225      Early Byzantine Empire
History 3226      Later Byzantine Empire
History 3228      Religion and Society in Late Antiquity
History 3229      History of Early Christianity
History 3230      History of Medieval Christianity
History 4210      Readings in Greek History (also Honors and Embedded Honors)
History 4211      Readings in Roman History (also Honors and Embedded Honors)
History 4212      Readings in Late Antiquity (also Honors and Embedded Honors)
History 4213      Readings in Byzantine History (also Honors and Embedded Honors)
History 4215      Research Seminar in Greek History (also Honors and Embedded Honors)
History 4216      Research Seminar in Roman History (also Honors and Embedded Honors)
History 4217      Research Seminar in Late Antiquity (also Honors and Embedded Honors)
History 4218      Research Seminar in Byzantine History (also Honors and Embedded Honors)

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